Goals for Goals

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By Kathleen Anderson  Can you believe we’re about to start our 3rd month into the New Year? By this time, over 80 percent of people have failed on their New Year’s resolutions. With those numbers being the norm, it’s time to talk about a subject that most people have abandoned at this point… Goals.  It […]

Mythbusters… Should I Really Be Eating This?

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  By Kathleen Anderson “Diet” is one of the most overused words in the health and fitness industry.  Every day the internet is telling you what the new healthy food you should be eating is and not all of it is correct. With Christmas around the corner, now is the perfect time to prepare you […]

Why You Need to Sweat and Get Stronger

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  By Kathleen Andersen There is a constant argument among health and fitness professionals about which is more effective – strength training or cardiovascular exercise. While everyone has their answer to this age old argument, they each have their benefits and they should be done in conjunction with one another in order to achieve the maximum […]

Why You Need to Sweat AND Get Stronger

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By Kathleen Andersen There is a constant argument among health and fitness professionals about which is more effective – strength training or cardiovascular exercise. While everyone has their answer to this age old argument, each have their benefits and they should be done in conjunction with one another in order to achieve the maximum results […]

Top 4 Exercise Myths We Need to Bust

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By Stephany Acosta If there is one thing that I’ve learned while being in the fitness industry for the past 10 years, it’s that everyone’s perception of  how to ‘exercise’ and ‘be healthy’ is always a bit incorrect. It’s completely understandable. Information is constantly changing and it can be hard to keep up. Unless your […]

How to Foam Roll Like a Boss

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By Kathleen Anderson First and foremost – what is foam rolling? Foam rolling, or self-myofascial release, applies pressure to specific areas of your body to help aid in the recovery of muscles and assists in returning them to normal function. It’s a technique massage therapists have been using for decades, just in this case the […]

Sleeping Beauty or Grumpy the Dwarf?

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By Stephany Acosta If there is one thing that I wish I would convey the importance of more to my clients in addition to eating healthy, is getting a good night’s rest. Sleep is one of the most neglected components of healthy living that many people never take into consideration. We get so busy with […]

What the Prep is Meal Prepping?

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By Kathleen Anderson If I have heard it once, I’ve heard it a thousand times. One of the biggest excuses clients give me for eating poorly is “I just don’t have the time.”  So I finally decided to write an article on a great solution to this time-diet conundrum. What is it you ask? The […]